Ugh, I had that the first time around, and am expecting it to show up again shortly. It used to wake me up at night. Are you throwing up all the time, or just queasy all day long?
I basically just followed my cravings, which were for salt and meat mostly. I felt too sick to eat but only felt better when I was eating (thank goodness I was walking a lot, LOL). I've heard some people got relief from using Sea-Bands, which are motion sickness bands that provide continuous pressure on acupressure points on your wrists. You can find them in most large drugstores. Ginger is supposed to be good for nausea, and I've known some women who swore by ginger candy/ginger lollipops/pickled ginger. I know Whole Foods and Wild Oats carry it, so I would guess most natural foods stores would have it. I've heard drinking water with lemon can help, and I've heard something about vitamin B supplements as well, though I don't know much about it.
For me though, the only thing that helped was eating salty, awful foods (a lot of Burger King, frighteningly). I'm sorry there's no magic cure. My nausea started to ease at the end of 12 weeks and was gone entirely by the end of 13 weeks.
Hang in there, mama!
Melissa, a homeschooling,
-guzzling, SAHM of two: